COVID-19: Update 4 October

Level 3: We are offering most services. Booked appointments only. Phone appointments for emergency contraception, pill repeats, condoms, pre-IUD/pre-implant appointments. We may be able to offer bridging contraception until we can see you in the clinic. COVID precautions in place:

  • You will be COVID-screened before your appointment and at the clinic.
  • To help with social distancing, please do not bring a support person unless absolutely necessary. Please do not bring children to the clinic.
  • Please maintain social distancing of two metres when waiting outside the clinic/in the waiting room.
  • Please come to the clinic at the time given. You may be asked to wait outside if there are too many people in the waiting room.
  • Please cancel if you become unwell. You can cancel using the Cancel my Appointment Form

Level 2: We are offering all services in our clinics. Phone services available. COVID precautions in place:

  • You will be COVID-screened before your appointment and on arrival at the clinic. Do not come to the clinic if you are unwell.
  • To help with social distancing, please do not bring a support person unless it is absolutely necessary.
  • Please do not bring children to the clinic.
  • Please wear your mask to your appointment and make sure to scan on arrival.
  • If there is a charge for your appointment, contactless payment is preferred.

 

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Your rights are important – we are committed to ensuring your rights are considered when you use our services or work with us.

Code of Health and Disability Services Consumers’ Rights

Everyone using our service has the protection of the Code of Health and Disability Services Consumers' Rights. The Code is displayed throughout our premises and you can take a copy away with you.

You can read the Code in full on the Health and Disability Commissioner website.

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We must follow the rules set out in the Privacy Act and the Health Information Privacy Code.

The Privacy Act provides the general framework for how 'agencies' collect, use, disclose, store and give access to personal information. The Health Information Privacy Code is a Code of Practice under the Privacy Act, which covers how health information is collected, used, held and disclosed by health agencies.

Learn about your rights under the Health Information Privacy Code.

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We collect and hold information about all of our clients so we can provide the right care and treatment. Your information is confidential and the only staff who are allowed to see your records are those who are involved in your care.

If you are or have been a client of Family Planning, you have a right to ask and be given access to your health information.

Find out how to access your health information.

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The Nationwide Health and Disability Advocacy Service provides a free, independent advocacy service to help people ensure their rights are respected. Contact them on 0800 555 050 or email advocacy@hdc.org.nz.

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